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 The loss of ILF doesn’t just affect ILF users-it affects everyone

We’re all in it together – aren’t we? from Moore Lavan Films on Vimeo.

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John McDonnell MP Praises DPAC at DPAC national Conference 2014

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 Video from outside Courts of Justice 13th March 2013: Challenging DWP on the Closure of ILF

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Honouring Stephen

As many of you will have heard, Stephen Aselford, Disabled People Against Cuts stalwart and co-founder of Bromley and Croydon DPAC has very sadly and suddenly passed away. Stephen was a socialist and an activist to his core. His many friends and comrades across the disability world and the labour movement are deeply saddened but… Continue Reading Honouring Stephen

#DumpMetroDWPLies – the campaign continues!

Last week the DWP advertorials returned to the Metro. Until we can be sure they have stopped we are calling on supporters to make every day a #DumpMetroDWPLies day and ramp up the pressure to stop this waste of public money on misleading propaganda. Please do what you can and encourage others to get involved.… Continue Reading #DumpMetroDWPLies – the campaign continues!

Film – Frances Ryan talks about her new book and the impact of social care cuts

Crippled: Austerity and the Demonization of Disabled People | Frances Ryan In this video, Frances Ryan explores the devastating reality of austerity on disability benefits – providing a damning indictment of a safety net gone wrong. She is the author of Crippled: Austerity and the Demonization of Disabled People. To order a copy at discount… Continue Reading Film – Frances Ryan talks about her new book and the impact of social care cuts

Protest: Are we disturbing you, Facebook?

Meet: 4pm 25 April 2019, outside Facebook HQ, 1 Rathbone Square, Fitzrovia, London W1T 1FB. See the Event page Join Disabled People Against Cuts, loud and proud, outside Facebook’s London HQ on 25 April to protest discriminatory treatment of disability-related pages. Last week, Facebook (FB) told Access Ability, in a recorded phone call that their… Continue Reading Protest: Are we disturbing you, Facebook?